Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

It would be obvious where it was -u/thecondor2

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • It would be obvious where it was -u/thecondor2


    Click image for larger version

Name:	PSX_20220921_153153.jpg
Views:	248
Size:	80.9 KB
ID:	455656

    Even if the blaze was 'damaged' to the point of not being 'easily read', the mountain ridge's name kind of gives it away.

  • #2
    He seems to be talking about "look quickly down". Jack figured out the blaze clue very late in his search; the blaze isn't something you see far away while you are at the hiding location. Rather you need to walk right up to the blaze and that is when you "look quickly down, your quest to cease". In other words the TC is under or below the blaze, close to it.

    Comment


    • #3
      Originally posted by Blazingwaddles View Post
      He seems to be talking about "look quickly down". Jack figured out the blaze clue very late in his search; the blaze isn't something you see far away while you are at the hiding location. Rather you need to walk right up to the blaze and that is when you "look quickly down, your quest to cease". In other words the TC is under or below the blaze, close to it.
      One could just look slowly down in that case. At a distance, one must stop in their tracks and look quickly down before its reflection is lost.

      Comment


      • #4
        Originally posted by Not4but242Walk View Post

        One could just look slowly down in that case. At a distance, one must stop in their tracks and look quickly down before its reflection is lost.
        Wouldn't the reflection from a distant object depend on the position of the light causing that reflection? The time of day and time of year would be crucial in that scenario.

        Comment


        • #5
          Please Jack tell us is the blaze the riverbank or the scull ? Per your story, it must be the scull BUT that is undamaged. I do know about the enormous letters and numbers along with the dbl omega to the west, that would be the fake blaze. Come now how was there a phony blaze made in Yellowstone that is the same as the one in Laramie? Let's get this right for Forrest.
          Many do not have the same memory. So let us have a review. There was a scull with crossbones said to be a blaze made by some mean searcher in Yellowstone/ and somehow the real blaze was a scull in the real location. If people would stop with the save my solve crap, the truth is not hard to see C sea.

          Comment


          • #6
            Click image for larger version

Name:	image_33616.jpg
Views:	123
Size:	142.5 KB
ID:	456269_

            Comment


            • #7
              Originally posted by Not4but242Walk View Post

              One could just look slowly down in that case. At a distance, one must stop in their tracks and look quickly down before its reflection is lost.
              Quickly refers to the TC being close by and obvious as opposed to being deeply buried or hidden in a way that requires slow and meticulous searching. Just like Jack said.

              Comment


              • #8
                Funny. The condor2-I’m wise to it. It really is amazing how people tend to over-complicate it.
                Last edited by DanNun; 09-24-2022, 10:05 AM.

                Comment


                • #9
                  Originally posted by Blazingwaddles View Post

                  Quickly refers to the TC being close by and obvious as opposed to being deeply buried or hidden in a way that requires slow and meticulous searching. Just like Jack said.
                  What 'Jack said':

                  Click image for larger version

Name:	PSX_20210731_120933.jpg
Views:	100
Size:	133.9 KB
ID:	456309

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Not4but242Walk View Post

                    What 'Jack said':

                    Click image for larger version  Name:	PSX_20210731_120933.jpg Views:	30 Size:	133.9 KB ID:	456309
                    How is that inconsistent? Jack said "quickly" is probably not necessary. And it is not, if the blaze is a tree with a subtle mark that you can identify only when you are standing next to it. And at that point, just look down (gaze down, you don't need to "look" by digging) or look "quickly" down (same thing, just look on the ground with your eyes, not hands or a shovel or whatever). That's a much much more logical interpretation than look down quickly before you continue walking past the spot where you "found the blaze". Because why the fukk woukd you keep walking then, assuming you are not an absolute moron????????

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Blazingwaddles View Post

                      How is that inconsistent? Jack said "quickly" is probably not necessary. And it is not, if the blaze is a tree with a subtle mark that you can identify only when you are standing next to it. And at that point, just look down (gaze down, you don't need to "look" by digging) or look "quickly" down (same thing, just look on the ground with your eyes, not hands or a shovel or whatever). That's a much much more logical interpretation than look down quickly before you continue walking past the spot where you "found the blaze". Because why the fukk woukd you keep walking then, assuming you are not an absolute moron????????

                      That is not at all what he is saying. He is suggesting it wouldn't have been in the poem unless there was a reason it needed to be.

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Not4but242Walk View Post


                        That is not at all what he is saying. He is suggesting it wouldn't have been in the poem unless there was a reason it needed to be.

                        Yes, that line needed to be a certain length. In the preceding line, “the blaze” begins in column 24. In this line, the last letter of “quest” is in column 24. The instruction is so simple many will reject it: Look downward from the word quest in column 24. The letters below are GPSEDEO. Let’s be frank: spotting GPS anywhere in the poem should cause you to slam on the brakes and study everything close. That’s what it did to me. In Greek the letter e means add up/sum. Get this, in Greek the word DEO means bind together. Damn if that ain’t a message in seven letters. “GPS tied to this part of the poem.”

                        I have explained this on page 182 of my book, and how this all aligns with a host of other hints.

                        Know the poem - for the first time.


                        www.FennPoint.com



                        Comment


                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Not4but242Walk View Post


                          That is not at all what he is saying. He is suggesting it wouldn't have been in the poem unless there was a reason it needed to be.
                          You lost me. He says you can't be too "dogmatic" and then questions if "quickly" needs to be there. That doesn't at all suggest to me that it does. What he says then is that people stretch their solve to fit the clues (exactly like you are doing frankly). The poem doesn't say "spotted the blaze in the distance", it says "found the blaze". So it should be pretty clear what is meant by "found the blaze, look quickly down". First, you have to "find" the blaze, and then when you have found it, glance down (presumably on the ground) and you will see the treasure chest. That's precisely what happened at a certain log in the woods behind Nine Mile Hole, and what didn't and will never happen at your plane crash site.

                          Comment

                          Working...
                          X